Performing arts inspire, delight and engage people of all ages.
Sun Valley Museum of Art is committed to bringing world-class music, dance and film to the Wood River Valley, providing exceptional arts and cultural experiences for the community. These performances enhance the life of our community by offering patrons a view outside the valley and introducing them to new artists and genres as well as performers who are nationally and, in some cases, internationally renowned.
A fundamental part of SVMoA's mission is to work in partnership with local schools to inspire students’ curiosity and develop their skills in improvisation, self-expression and critical thinking. Professional Artist Residencies impact thousands of students every year through classroom visits, workshops, presentations, classes and performances.
2021/2022 Performing Arts Residency & Concert Series
The Joshua Show
Sun, Oct 3, 6pm
Sat, Oct 23, 7:30pm
International Guitar Night
Tue & Wed, Feb 15 & 16, 7:30PM
We Banjo 3
Tue & Wed, Mar 15 & 16, 7:30pm
Portland Cello Project’s “Purple Reign”
Sat & Sun, Apr 9 & 10, 7:30pm
Intimate public performances coincide with the in-school residency program offering our community the opportunity to share in these exceptional performers and performances.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
2021/2022 Performing Arts Residency & Concert Series Sponsors
Lloyd Construction| Robin Leavitt & Terry Friedlander | Susan Reinstein & Brian Ross | Jane Rosen & Scott Miley | Wood River Inn & Suites
Wood River Inn & Suites
Upcoming Performing Arts & Concerts
Sat, January 29
Tue, February 15
Wed, February 16
Tue, March 15
Wed, March 16
Sat, April 09
Sun, April 10
Concerts & Performances FAQs
All attendees at SVMoA performances and residency activities must wear a mask. Concert guests over age 5 (starting on January 1, 2022) must also show proof of vaccination against COVID-19 or a negative COVID-19 test taken within 72 hours of the performance.
Thank you for helping us keep our community healthy.
All seats are reserved for Sun Valley Museum of Art's winter Performing Arts concerts. Series purchasers get first access to tickets and the sooner you purchase, the better your seats. Concerts will have a premium seating area as well as a regular priced seating area. Tickets cannot be refunded or exchanged.
Please remember that SVMoA’s events are shared experiences. We ask that you be respectful to those seated near you and to the performers, staff and volunteers. Photography, smoking, talking during performances, and the use of cell phones are not permitted. Patrons who are disruptive, disrespectful or inebriated before, during or after a performance, will be asked to leave the venue and will not receive a refund.
We request that you arrive at least 10–15 minutes before curtain time to find your seats and purchase concessions, if you wish! At some of our venues, parking is a short walk from the venue. Please plan accordingly.
No video, photography or recording of any kind is permitted at SVMoA's concerts. Professional photographers must contact Sun Valley Museum of Art in advance to receive permission to take photos at our concerts. Permission may be granted, but photographers must follow SVMoA’s guidelines or risk being asked to leave and/or lose the right to photograph future events.
Please be sure to check the concert location before heading out, and contact us if you have any questions. We use a variety of locations around the valley for our indoor concerts. The Sun Valley Opera House has ample parking in the lot in front of the Sun Valley Lodge. The Argyros has on-street parking nearby, but please do not park in the Village Market parking lot. Wood River High School Performing Arts Theater is located in Hailey and has a parking lot in front of the Community Campus building. If this lot is full, there may be overflow parking available in the high school lots to the north of the Community Campus. The Liberty Theatre has free street parking throughout Hailey.
Yes. We do not allow babes in arms for our performing arts series concerts, and children who do attend must have their own purchased seat. Often for our Performing Arts Concert Series we offer specially priced tickets for students 18 and under. Due to the nature of our concerts being intimate, evening events, our shows are not recommended for infants or children under 8 years old. Please contact us 208.726.9491 for more information about SVMoA events that are appropriate for kids.
Our venues are ADA accessible, but due to the age of certain venues, some have special concerns. Please contact us at 208.726.9491 to let us know how we can best accommodate you.
Performing Arts tickets are not exchangeable or refundable. If you cannot use your tickets, you may give them to a friend or return them to Sun Valley Museum of Art before the show for a tax-deductible contribution equal to the price you paid for the tickets (excluding ticketing fees, which are not tax deductible).
If you’ve ordered tickets online or through our box office, they will be held at will call at Sun Valley Museum of Art. You may pick up your tickets during SVMoA's public hours of operation (Tue–Fri, 10am–5pm, Sats, 11am–4pm, closed Sundays and Mondays). If you are unable to pick up your tickets in advance, they’ll be at will call at the venue on the day of the event. For some of our events, “Print at Home” is an option. If you print your tickets at home via the “Barcoded ETicket,” you do not need to pick them up at will call.
For reasons beyond our control (e.g., weather, artist scheduling, illness), shows may be canceled or postponed. If this occurs, we will contact ticket holders via email and post announcements on our website and Facebook page to alert patrons of any changes and what SVMoA will do in this particular situation.